Experts generally agree that using 5-15 participants per qualitative user test iteration will uncover 80% of usability issues, and is the most efficient manner to conduct agile user experience testing. We have found that it is more efficient and cost-effective to conduct numerous small sample studies iteratively, and then use multivariate testing at the end of the process with larger samples to conduct final optimization. Please refer to the following reference materials:
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What languages do you support? You can write your test instructions and questions in any language or alphabet. In addition, for formative studies, you can set the language of the recorder UI and participant landing pages into any of the following languages: EnglishSpanish (Spain)Spanish (Latam)FrenchGermanItalianDanishDutchNorwegianChinese (Traditional)Chinese (Simplified)JapaneseKoreanEstonianPortuguese (Brazil)SwedishPolishTurkishFinnishRussian We can add additional languages upon request… Read More »What languages do you support?
Explore the Power of First Click Test First Click Test is a usability assessment technique designed to measure how effectively your website, app, or design guides users toward completing specific tasks. Currently in its BETA version, this feature is exclusively available for desktop and mobile devices. In this guide, you’ll learn what the First Click… Read More »Introducing First Click Test for Mobile and Desktop Devices – BETA Version
Userlytics’ Automated AI Analysis: Extracting Actionable Insights from UX Study Transcriptions Introducing a revolutionary product that takes UX testing to the next level – Userlytics’ AI UX Analysis tool. With advanced machine learning algorithms, this product is designed to analyze the qualitative video recordings of a UX study to summarize the key, actionable insights. The… Read More »How to Use AI UX Analysis
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